Posted October 01, 2018 06:31:07When I started my career in broadcasting, I wanted to be part of something bigger than myself.
I wanted my voice to be heard, so I did my best to help people learn about the world around them.
As a kid, I saw my father’s career as the next big thing.
His success and success stories are part of what made me realize that my future was going to be bigger than just me.
So I started to travel and learn about people in a new way.
That led to my first career as a radio producer, which led to a career as an announcer.
I think that’s how I got my start as a broadcast reporter.
For a while, I did the same thing, interviewing people, but after I became a TV personality, it started to become harder and harder to do that.
That’s why I decided to become a broadcaster.
I’ve always loved doing TV shows, and I loved doing radio shows.
I was like, Why not?
I think I’m really lucky to have had the opportunity to do this.
Radio is about the people in the world.
I love to get people talking and connecting with people and that’s why it’s so appealing to me.
That feeling of connectedness I get when I’m doing TV is what I think drives me to keep on doing radio.
Radio has the ability to tell stories, and that makes it fun to do.
There’s no question it’s a challenge.
But I think it’s worth it, especially with what I’ve seen on TV.
The key is to make people want to talk more.
I’ve found it’s not just about telling people to be polite.
It’s also about being funny and having fun with it.
When people do want to listen to me talk, they feel connected and want to share with me what they’re feeling and what they think.
Radio is not for everyone, and it’s certainly not for everybody who wants to get a sense of what life is really like.
But for me, I think radio is a great medium to tell my story.